Monthly Archives: June 2013

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Ten timeless tips for good blogging

Over the past ten years, I must have delivered more blogging workshops than I care to remember. Colleagues, clients, external events, friends, and plenty of other sub-groups. And while the.

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How to successfully negotiate your business networking date

“Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.” I’ve always admired the quote above from Abraham Lincoln and I’ve long been.

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INSIDE mHealth: Wearable tech makes its way into clothing

Want stay up to date with the rapidly changing world of mHealth? INSIDE mHealth is the monthly round up from Ruder Finn that lets you do just that by delivering.

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ALL YOU NEED IS… an iPad or smartphone to enjoy the English summer

Can you digitise summertime? We’re now at the stage where, if the sunshine pays us a visit, tennis racquets are being pulled out from the wardrobe, theatre companies make for.

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An Experience indeedy!

The 21st has arrived, signalling the end to my brilliant two weeks of work experience. I have most definitely enjoyed my time at Ruder Finn and have taken in so.

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CAN TECH AND APPS REALLY BECOME YOUR FITNESS MOTIVATOR?

I’m not a runner. In fact, I’ve never really enjoyed running. I have awkwardly long limbs, a short attention span and a tendency to trip over my own feet – running really.

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mHealth and biscuit guilt

According to new research from a report developed by the Groupe Speciale Mobile (GSMA) and PricewaterhouseCoopers recently published in Pharma Times, the adoption of mobile health – or ‘mhealth’ –.

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ALL YOU NEED IS: Is Twitter analytics bad news for social intelligence providers?

Twitter is slowly connecting the dots and proving its ability to monteise its platform. But those businesses that have built their future on the social blue bird, and its API,.

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Is Microsoft’s Xbox One playing a strategic game?

With gaming megashow E3 well underway, we’ve seen tech titans show off their latest hardware in a bid for our living rooms, but one of the biggest announcements came before then.

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Experience, experience, experience…

Hi, my name is Jenny and I am currently studying my first year of A Levels at Sixth Form. If not made already obvious, my first day of my two.

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